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THE HRRALD
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SALT LAKE CITY UTAH
rnunsDAY Juno 5 1800
THE DAILY HERALD is published every morn
ing Mondays excapted atTncEERUJj Block
corner West Temple and First South btreets
Salt Lako City by THE HERALD COMPANY
Subscription price in dvanco 11000 per an
num post paid
Tm SEMIWEEKIV HERALD Is published every
Wednesday Saturday morning Price in
advance 8300 per year siz months 8175 post
paid
i
I SUNDAY HERALD is published every Sunday
morning Price in advance 250 per annum
t rost paid
StTBSCiUBsns will confer a favor by forwarding
Information to this office when thelrpapers are
no promply received This will aid us to de
termine where the fault lies
ALL communications should be addressed to
THE HERALD
i Salt Luke City Utah
CITY DELIVERY
a y the year Invariably in advance onool10oo
By the month J00
By thowcck 25
J T DUNBAK b CO Circulators
Forties emoting J ram one place to another and
detirtKgjapcrs changed should always f former
as veil at present address
Entered at the Postofflco at Salt Lako City
Utah for transmission through the mails as
f cond class matter
P OUR ANNIVERSARY
This is THE HERALDS anniversary
Twenty years ago this morning THE
I DAILY HERALD made its appearance on the
streets of this city It wasnt much of a
papera little fourpage xcolumn sheet
M and there was mighty little reading matter
1 iu it compared with the contents of todays
issue but what there was was of first
quality and small as the paper was it was
t fully abreast of the city if not in advance
of it It has always been a characteristic
of THE HERALD to keep at least even with
the town But the getting out of that
little sheet insignificant as it now appears
was a great undertaking for those days
One of the dear good men who officiated
at the birth long since passed to his re
ward hence be cannot find fault
with us for saying that it wasnt
much of a newspaper that he turned out
the other dear good man of the
team is still with us and he does not quar
rel when he sees into what proportions the
bantling has grown nor is ho offended at
the appearance of the first number when
be thinks of the sorry conditions under
which the paper was gotten out It is vio
lating no confidence to say that tho few
types used were partly bought partly bor
rowed and we dont know but some of
them were begged Tho presswell there
didnt happen to be a press with the outfit
There was no HERALD building the office
composing room editorial room mailing
room and so on being all condensed into a
couple of small rooms up the rickety stairs
in the Old Constitution opposite the
Z C M L Of money back of the enter
prise nothing can be said for
there wasnt enough to speak about
Rarely has a newspaper been
started under moro unfavorable cir
cumstances and still more rarely has there
been seen such a combination of pluck
courage energy and ability as EDWARD L
SLOAN and WILLIAM C D UNBAR presented
when they established Tmr SALT LAKE
DAILT HERALD and printed this at the head
of the editorial columns
SALUTATORY
Numerous comments have been made on the
grit manifested in commencing the publica
ticn of a paper in the present dull season of
business but we must say that the manner in
which tho subscription list of Tnn HERALD ran
up on a very limited canvass gave us encoui1 i
apement which we bad not much ground to ex
pect when the enterprise was proposed TilE
HERALD has been started under unusual dim
culties with which the public need not be bored
Instead of entirely new material we are com
Celled for the present to employ some which
has been in use for a time This it is to b e
hoped our patrons will bear with We hat
few promises to make but will do the best wo <
can to furnish a live newspaper How far it wl tl
be so our readers will be better able to tell after
a seasons trial We acknowledge favors re
ccived from the Deserct News office and from
many friends and warmly appreciate Ida
wishes for our success and tangible evidence
of their sincerity from a long list of subscribers
as well as our advertisers
With this brief salutatory we beg leave t o
roll up our sleeves and commence work
Both had been newspaper workers om
in the editorial field the other in the bus
ness department and because they had
been such workers they knew what was
required of them Theyknew there must
be a rolling up of sleeves and a going to
work It is needless and would be
tedious to retail tho story of the
paper from the commencement to
the present time It is sufficient to say
that never before with the facilities at
hand was a better newspaper turned out
It was s ugo from the start It didnt
have money but there were grit brains
and determination back of it and there
= 0113 better things than cash would have
been without them It wasnt long before
THE HERALD had acquired a name and an
influence at home and abroad and it is
stating only the truth to say that the
papers advance In popular affection has
been steady ana continuous Each month
has found it with more subscribers than
it had the previous month and
every year has greatly overreached
its predecessor in the circulation of
the paper As the publishers and the edi
edi
tors recall the history of tho newspaper
J and think of the peculiar beginning and
early struggles run through their minds
the names and circumstances of the many
journalistic wrecks which have occurred
hereabouts and as they contemplate THE
HERALD of today the foremost journal of
the great interior west with not many
superiors from a newspaper standpoint in
all this great republic should they not be
excused if they feel something of a sense
of pride in what they have done and are
doing The success of the paper has
been lemarkable It is something
to be proud of And what has
brought this success i The answer is easily
founda close adhesion to the platform
laid down in the first issue While Mr
SLOAX lived Tnn HERALD was conducted
on the lines ho laid down in that platform
and the paper has never since been per
mitted to depart therelrom Here it is
OUR PLATFORM
E
The principles upon which it is proposed to
j conduct this paper arc few and can be briefly
je stated We will try to judge men by their acts
and not by their opinions
Wo will endeavor to advocate just principles
and thefull exercise of constitutional rights by
all irrespective of creed color or complexion
of opinion
While believing that illiberal caviling and
faultfinding arc over obstructors in tho way of
progress we hold that public servants are sub
ject to criticJsnnvhen their course demands it
but such criticism should be conducted in an
honest gentlemanly and liberal spirit
We will labor for the Interests of the terri
tory and people and for the furtherance of every
object that will tend to make them happy and
prosperous as far as we have ability and judg
ment
Deeming it better to represent ourselves than
to bo misrepresented by others when the people
of Utah their faith and institutions are as
persed maligned and unjustly attacked we I
f
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shall esteem It a solemn duty to presonttho
truth in reply when the source is worthy a re
joinder
We commence our enterprise without bitter
ness of teeling against any persons or party
and respect all men who act honorably and up
rightly
We have lived In this community for years
and hope to live In it for many years to come
Our dearest hopes are centered hero Our
faith and our desires are one with those whom
we feel honored to call brethren and slaters p t L
our feelings are liberal enough to respeRtrhon
esty and probity honor uprightness reverent
patriotism or esteem virtue wherever and
whenever found either In Utah or on any por
tion of the earth
v
Add to this a desire to be courteous gvjntlc
manly and liberal in expressing opinions aucK
determination to give the greatest possible
amount of news in the space and our platform
is before the public
And while THE HERALD has been true
to Utah and her people tho people of Utah
have been true to THE HERALD otherwise
we would not today be celebrating the
anniversary with so much pleasure and
satisfaction The community has recog
nized in THE HERALD its faithful earnest
and consistent friend and in return has
rewarded it by a generous support which
has made possible the development of the
little sheet of twenty years ago into tile
present GIAXT or THE ROC IES
As a souvenir of the anniversary and as
a reminder of the beginning of THE
HERALD every subscriber is presented
this morning with a reduced facsimile of
the first number of the paper
ARIZONA AND NEW MEXICO
Delegate SMITH of Arizona tells our
Washington correspondent that neither
N ew Mexico nor Arizona will bo admitted
to the union at the present session of Con
gross and gives as his reason for this be
ef the same explanation that has been
more than once named in THE HERALD
namely both territories are certainly
Democratic in politics It is conceded that
New Mexico has more population and
greater wealth than Wyoming and Idaho
combined but the committee on territories
reported in favor of the admission of both
these Why Becauselioth are Republi
an Arizona possesses as much wealth
and as many people as either Wyoming
or Idaho but she can be counted
upon to give a handsome Democratic ma
jority at the polls The facts have all been
laid before the committee but strange to
say that while the committee mot often un
til Idaho and Wyoming were disposed of
t has been unable to got together since
and Delegate SMITH does not believe there
will be another meeting duripg the present
esslon
Was partisanship over more pronounced
Vas it ev meaner or more outrageous
There can be neither excuse nor justifica
tion for it It is the kind of unfairness
which makes might right and exercises
power without regard to the equities For
lUnately the sense of justice in the human
heartls so keen that it resents acts of this
kind and punishes the guilty It was this
lease of justice which rebuked the Demo
cratic Congressmen two years ago in the
case of Montana That territory wanted
rdmission to the union and had shown her
ability to maintain a state government at ere
needed statehood to aid her in the march of
progress and development and humbly oft
in her appeal There
should have
been a
prompt compliance with the request in
which event the state would have been
firmly and unequivocally Democratic But
her appeal was denied and by Democrats
and the result was that two years ago in
dignant Montana Democrats in a
spirit of retaliation or revenge turned
that territory over to Republicans They
punished their party severely and are re
penting their madness or vengefulness
but they obtained statehood I
and in time
nwill recover what they lost by showing I
that they knew how to resent a wrong It
was their human nature which asserted
itself and it is the human nature of he
good people of New Mexico
and Arizona
which will hold them closely within he
Democratic ranks and make retaliate try
war upon the Republicans
who do not pro
fess fairness but brazenly do wron
wrong
because there is no power to prevent them
We do not believe that Arizona will s if
for from remaining a territory a little
longer Indeed our opinion is that it will
be better for the people if statehood shall
be denied a year or two until the pop ula
tion and wealth have increased sUfficiently
to make the new burdens fall with less
weight upon the community Of all the
territoriesUtah of
course being
ex
copied being out of the range of probabil
tiesthe only one which should be admit
ted at once is New Mexico It is the anly
ono which has the requisite wealth and
population and the only one which can
carry on a state government without op
pressing the people beyond what they are
willing to boar
THE HEN who are bidding to the council
for the city water
are making tenders to
the wrong party They will have to nb negotiate nego go I
tiate with every owner of a foot of land i
within the corporate limits and by the
time they get through bargaining with
them they will conclude that
there is no
money in con trolling the waters flowing nto
the city As soon as a man sold his w ter
right ho would give away his land and go
elsewhere to reside
ASSUREDLY THE city council will not em
power members of a private detective
agency to make arrests as it was asked L to
do on Tuesday evening The power of the
council to do this is doubted but if the
legal right existed it
ought not to bo exer
cised The detective has the same power
that any other citizen possesses to arrest
for a crime of which he is a witness and
no other power should be conferred upon
any but a sworn officer who is under bonds
to exercise his authority properly
ANOTHER PROPOSITION to purchase the
water and su ply the inhabitants of the
city with the necessary fluid has been made
to the council This makes three wit hinthe
a few weeks and hundreds of rich men and
speculators have not beenheard from The
council should put an end to this business
by declaring with emphasis that it has no
water to sell and if it did have any it
would not sell before getting beyond the
reace of the indignant people
IF THE city council is desirous of making
itself popular it will reduce the tax rate in
proportion as the assessment has been in
creased If the council is eager to make
itself detested it will cinch the people as
the law permits it to do
Tnosn WHO are not registered should
not forget that there are but throe days
more in which they can get their names on
the list The registration officers will oat
Independence ball during the remainder of
tho week to list those entitled to vote who
apply
WHY DOESNT some enterprising com
pany make a proposition to buy the air for
a big round sum and sell it to the people at
A certain sum per breath There would be
money in it
ONLY DSMOCUATS and Mormons need
trouble themselves about registration The
registrars have seen to it that no Liberal
has been overlooked
DR I NK
LION
O FFEE
A TRUE COMBINATION OF
M oha AYa and Rio
A BEAUTIFUL SOUVENIR
Picture Card Given
WITH EVERY POUND PACKAGE
LION COFFEE
When you buy your Groceries try a
package LION COFFEE Iris the
best in the United States made uti from
a selection of Mocha Java and Rio
properly blended and is conceded by all
to make the nicest cup of Coffee in the
land For Sale Everywhere
Woolson Spice Go Manfrs
KANSAS CITY Mo TOLEDO O
HEECHAMS WRITE SODR JOBBER FOR PCICES
EAST ACREAGE
The Cheapest Piece and Prettiest Location
Twenty Acres just cast of the Peniten
tiary all under cultivation lucern orchard
hr
ard good brick dwelling house best water
right
400 w per Acre
VERY EASY TERMS
FULLER YOUNG
PHOTOGRAPHS
Cabinet Photographs
AT POPULAR PRICES
AT
FOX SIMONS
Tie Salt Lake Conjunction Co t
Is now Prepared to Contracffor Putting In
Steam Hot t Water Heating Apparatus
Elevators for Buildings
Hamil Fire Escape
Sanitary Plumbing
Gas Fitting
Steam Engines Boilers and Pumps
L 8 AUSTIN MRF J R BURNS 8u Pt
61 First East Street Salt Lako City
NOTICE
OF COMPLETION OF ASSESSMENT OF A
J local tax for the extension of the water
mains on Second South street
Notice Is hereby given that the assessor and
collector of Salt Lake city has made und com
pleted the list and plat pertaining to a local tax
at the rate of four mills per square foot levied
by the city council of Salt Lake city May U7 I
1S90 upon the following described Jots or pieces
of ground namely Lots 5 and G block 27 lets
G and 7 black S3 lots 1 and 2 block 29 J lots a
and 3 block 30 all in plat F Salt Lake sur
ly said tax being forthe extension of the ntcr
maIns along the following described route g
namely Second South street from between
Tenth and Eleventh Enst to midway between
Eleventh and Twelfth East streets Said list I
and plat have been lodged in the office of tho
city recorder No 2 city hall and will be open
for inspection for a period of ten day from and
after the 4th day of June Bro during which
time written appeals to the city council forth
correction of the assessment may be filed with
the said recorder in pursuance of the ordinance
in such case provided
LOUIS HYAMS City Recorder
Salt Lake City June 8190
NOTICE
JF COMPLETION OF ASSESSMENT OF
a local tax for the extension of tho water
mains on Ninth East street
Notice is hereby given that the assessor and
collector ec lorC
of Salt
LaKe city has made and com
pleted the list and plat pertaining to a local tax
at the rate of four mills per square foot lov fed
by the city council of Salt Lake city May 27
1890 upon the following described lots or pieces
of ground namely Lots 1 27 ard 8 block
lots 23 4 and 5 block42 part of lot 1 block 44
part of lot 4 and all of lot J I block 43 all in plat
B Salt Lake city survey said tax being for the
extension of the water mains along the follow
inlC described route namely Ninth East street
between Second and Fourth South streets
Said list and plat have been lodged in the office
of the city recorder No 2 city hall and will be
open for inspection for a period of ten days
from and after the 4th day of June 1890 during
which time written appeals to the city council
for the correction of the assessment may be
filed with the said recorder in pursuance of the
ordinance in such case proved
LOUIS HYAMS City Recorder
Salt Lake City June a 1890
NOTICE
OF COMPLETION OF ASSESSMENT OF
a local tax for the extension of the water
mains on Fourth South street
Notico is hereby given tbat tho assessor
and collector of Salt Lake city has made and
completed the list and plat pertaining al local
tax at the rate of 4 mills per square foot levied
by the city council of Salt Lake city May 27
18CO upon the following described lots or pieces
of ground namely Lots 5 G 7 and 8 block 42
lots 6 and 7 block 43 lots 1 and block 48 lots
1 2 3 and 4 block 49 all in plat A Salt ak
city survey said tax being for tho in of
tho water maIDS along the following describe
route namely Fourth South street begin Ring
at the corner of First West and Fourth South
and running westward one block Said list and
plat have been lodged in the office of the city
recorder No 2 city hall and will be open for
inspection for a period of ten days from and
after the 4th day of June 1890 during which
time written appeals to the city council for tho
correction of the assessment may be filed with
tho said recorder in pursuance of the ordinance
in such case provided
LOUIS HYAMS City Recorder
Salt Lake City June lb90
PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED
FOR THE ERECTION OF A NEW ENGINE I
JD house on First South street up to 3 o cloplt
pm of June 10 IPX Plans and specification
can be seen at tho office of Dalles S Hedges ar
chitccts Progress block Each bid to b e ac
companied bo a certified check on some ivol
known bank for 5 per cent of the amount
their bid said check to be made payable to Salt
Lake city corporation In case said bidder t 1
whom the contract is awarded fails to enter int
a good and sufficient bond said check Is to b o
forfeited to the city
The committee reserves the right to reject
any and all bids that in their opinion may not
be in the interest of the city
LOUIS HYAMS
City Recorder Room 2 City HalL
SALT LAKE Crrr May 231830
whoHENRY WAGENER
Salt Lake City Utah
California Brewery
itaEerBeer A1ie Porter
TfHOLESALB AND RETAIL
Second South Street Three Doors East oil
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Extraordinary Attractions
I FOR WEEK COMMENCING I
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o11day 9 J ut1e 2nd
Finest French Sateensat 19e
We offer 100 pieces of the finest French Printed Sateens at 19c per yard The t
entire lot is Freres Koechlln make the most celebrated of all French manufacturers
of Cotton Goods and is sold all over town at 35 cts per yard The styles and colors
are simply perfect
50 pieces 36inch Jaconet all in light grounds beautifully printed Just the
thing for summer Dresses and Wrappers at lOc per yard A GREAT BARGAIN
We place on sale another shipment of 100 pieces Fancy Figured Challios excel
lent qualities and styles in light medium and dark assortment at 0 x < c per yard
100 pieces 27inch Mohairs in Gray and Tan mixtures plain and printed all suit
able for Summer Dresses at 12 4c per yard
Hosiery Bar ains 3 I
Boys Derby Ribbod Black Cotton Hose G to 9K at 15c just half price
Misses Hermsdorf Fast Black Stainless DoubleKneed Hose at 25c good
goo
value at 500
Ladies Balbricrgan Hose splendid German make 3 pairs for 50c
1 lot Ladies Hose in Tans and Modes at 25c a pair This is a splendid quality
and worth 50c a pair y
We place on sale 1 case of Ladies Fancy Ribbed Jersey Vests at loc
OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF
LADIES Black and Colored I JERSEYS J
Is offered at a discount of 33U per cent
We have opened a lot of Ladies Striped Sateen Blouse Waists which we offer
at 125 also a lot of Childrens Scotch Zephyr Dresses
We have also received a large assortment of Ladies and Misses Bathing Suits
especially manufactured for us
Embroidery Flouncings
45inch India Linen Flouncings deep hemstitched border fine embroidery at
oOc C5c 75c Slqo 125 and 4 140 per yard
COHN BROS
SPENCER KIMBALL 3
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HEADQUARTERS FOR
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SOLE AGENTS FOR
tf LATTEMAHS I CORSET SHOES f
For Weak Ankles I
k OLE AGENTS FOR
aird Sehober Mitchell and James A Bannister
FURS FURS I FURS
Seal Work a Specialty Orders Promptly Filled
Furs taken on Storage through the summer months and Insured
s Against Moths
redg
s 1 r Gleaning Repairing and Altering
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Neatly Executed at Reasonable Prices and Satisfaction
j Guaranteed
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MEHESY w 9
IN MIND Practical Furrier Furdresser and Taxidermist
2 220 Main Streot Opposite Postoffice Salt Lake Gity
Duncan M McAllister Co
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I 72 Main Street Salt Lake City
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Works School Books Magazines Periodicals
DAVID JAMES CO
T ERS PLU1tIBERS
Gas and Steam Fitters
Dealers in Plumbing Material Pumps Pipes and Fittings
Steam Heating Supplies Tin and Iron Roofing Galvan
ized Iron Cornice Guttering Garden Hose and lawn
Sprinklers Water Filters Etc
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Has Just Received a Large Assortment of the Latest Novelties iu
Lawns j Percales
o 1 Seersuckers Dress i
Ginghams and Satteens
And all the Leading Fabrics for the Season
A FULL LINE OF J CHOICE HOSIERY IS I NOW ON I BAUD
Ribbons Laces and Notions >
IN GREAT VARIETY
J I Call and Examine Quality and Prices1
A Complete Assortment of General Merchandise Always on Hand
Teasdels 4 4 4 0 0 Stores
Main Street Salt Lake Ci
R K THOMAS
26t 2S 30 32 9
East First South St
Respectfully invites all his old patrons
and friends to call on him at his new
quarters Purchasers will obtain all
athe
the advantages of selecting from a
Large Stock at Lowest Prices in a
perfectly lighted store In the base
r c
ment six counters are devoted to Bar
gains where my country friends will
o
be able to buy goods at about half
their value
R K THOMAS
CACHE VALLEY REAL ESTATE
LOGAN UTAH
J Y ZI STEWART CO
Third street 86Kx49 feet business property adjoining Z C M L per foot 85
Third street 2 x140 feet business property close to Z C M L per foot S 100
Fifth ward lots 9x18 close to Temple and Agricultural College from 500 to 1 400
House and lot close to depot house 3 rooms 3M acres ground 1 COO
Acreage from 20 to 8100 per acre distance from two miles to ten miles
MAUGHAN KIMBALL
JMain Street I ogreixx City
Main street business property per foot improved a 300
Second strest 516x18 good house prospective business property one block
west of bank 33 sro
Main street 5x9 good house etc prospective business property one block north
of ZCMI S3000
Third ward 9x18 Good house four rooms firstclass lot and surroundings2 OOC
Fifth ward 9x12 corner lot house orchard etc one block north of TempleS3 000
HAMMOND HANSON 9
IaiXJ S1reet LogElX1 City
Corner 9x0 rods Main street two blocks north of Z C M I with 7room house
rents for 22 permonth prospective business 22 800
4x9 rods 3f blocks north of Tabernacle block east front S 450
160 acres land west side of valley 11 000
2acres adjoining city on the north with small house 523
ZEPH THOMAS 00
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40 acre farm one mile from ZCM L improved4 250
Lot5xl8 three blocks from bank near Main 1 200
Lot 4 x18 4roomed house two blocks cast of depot 1 300
Lot 22 x103 feet onehalf block west from bank per foot 8 150
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FRED NIELSEN CO
L 9x9 corner two blocks west and two blocks north of Z C M I 1 000
Lot 9x9 corner three blocks north and one west af Z CM L u I 1 100
Corner lots 9x18 on the bench at each 800
I Property in aU parts of town correspondingly cheap
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